Law society KU organises campus cleanliness drive

SRINAGAR: To inculcate the values of cleanliness among the masses in general and student community in particular, a cleanliness drive was organised in the law school premises of the Kashmir University (KU) here on Wednesday.
Dean and Head, Department of Law, Prof Muhammad Hussain kick started the drive which was organised by the Law Society, School of Law at the varsity in collaboration with Kashmir Protective Security Services and NGO SAAYA.
Prof Hussain expressed satisfaction over the large participation of the students and faculty members in the drive and asked the students to understand the message of the cleanliness drive and carry it forth with them everywhere.
“Having your environment clean helps you thrive in a healthy environment and keeps you active and peaceful, as being clean and keeping your environment clean is part of our faith too,” Prof Hussain said while addressing the gathering of law students.
Meanwhile, a week-long cleanliness drive by the boarders of the Gani Kashmiri Research Scholars (GKRS) Inn at the varsity concluded here.
The hostel was cleaned during the drive and the adjoining areas were made garbage and plastic free.
The Provost of the Boys hostel Prof G N Khaki and Warden of the GKRS Inn Dr Yahya Bakhtiyar stressed for promoting such activities in the hostels for clean and green campus.
The boarders pledged to keep their campus clean and green and will also promote the values of cleanliness and discipline to have a clean, plastic free environment. The pledge was also made to make such values hereditary to be passed on to the freshers so that “we can also return part of the services which we get from the environment,” said the boarders.